So, it's time to change your service prices, hey? What an exciting time for your business! We've got you covered with all the ins and outs of this process within Schedulicity's platform, so let's jump right in 🐸

Updating prices for services

If you're a service-based business, there are a couple of things to consider as we get your prices updated. The first important detail to note is that when the price of a service is updated, it will affect bookings made from that point on. Any appointments already on the books (even if they were booked 6 months in advance) will have that old price listed when you go to check out.

Now that we have all of our ducks in a row, let's go through the steps to change your prices🦆:

  1. Click the three lines on the upper left-hand corner and choose Settings

  2. Select the Services tile

  3. Select the service that you need to update

  4. Click 'Edit' in the upper right corner

  5. Update the price

  6. Be sure to save!

To ensure that everything is lining up across the board, let's pop over to your business listing and ensure that the price was updated.

If you are still seeing an old price listed:

Not to worry, there is an easy fix for this! In order to have prices match across the board, check out these steps:

  1. Click on the three lines in the top left and open Settings

  2. Click on the "Providers/Instructors" tile and open a provider profile

  3. Under "Services Offered," select the service that hasn't been updating to the new price

  4. Click "reset to original values" under the price you see

  5. Hit save!

This will clear those customized pricing per provider and revert them to the main service duration/price/cleanup time and match what you have under your settings area of that service!

The prices within the Provider/Instructor always override the edited price under Services. This is because sometimes different providers offer different pricing or duration for services. This gives you and your providers more flexibility. 💃

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